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In Tamura, Fukushima, children play in radiation contaminated area

Many children playing sports on field with radiation dose over 5 millisieverts per year (PHOTO)
September 23rd, 2012
By ENENews 0.581μSv/h at an athletic field in Tamura, Fukushima, where children run and breathe the contaminated air.…

0.581 microsieverts per hour * 24 hours in a day * 365 days in a year = 5089.56 microsieverts per year or 5.09 millisieverts per year. The Japanese government’s radiation dose limit for the public is set at 1 millisievert per year –Yomiuri

See the children paying near the radiation detector here

September 24, 2012 - Posted by | Fukushima 2012

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